Target your problem gullies to help prevent flooding 

InTouch SmartWater is an innovative approach to drainage asset management and flood prevention.  Our solution provides a staged, managed approach to gully cleansing, drainage information gathering and management of gully cleansing. The system uses sensor technologies and real time weather data to help predict and prevent flooding. The system also provides automated flood alerts. 

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How can our SmartWater solution help?

substantial savings substantial savings
reduced flooding reduced flooding
real-time detection real-time detection
gully prediction gully prediction
inspection service inspection service

inspect - predict - cleanseHow it works

The InTouch SmartWater solution is a concept supported by easy to use software products and automatic data analysing tools which enable an innovative approach to gully cleansing operations.  The solution enables immediate targeting of problem areas before they cause impact to the network delivering cost and efficiency savings whilst improving the service to the end user.  This innovation breakthrough from InTouch means that targeted gully cleansing can deliver savings of up to 30% off Council gully cleansing budgets year on year. 

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What our clients say about us...

“We have been working with InTouch for the past 3 years using their SmartWater solution for cyclic gully cleansing. The system provides us with instant and easy to interpret data on the condition of our gullies in both a GIS and database format. We are now able to manage this asset with a great deal of confidence”.

Wigan Council Infrastructure Asset Group

“The introduction of the InTouch Inspection software has improved the trust we have in our contractor, we now have the tools to see daily activity of the cleaning schedule and by viewing the photographs taken, we can reduce the amount of on-site inspections of our gully assets. As a direct result of implementing this solution we have made a significant saving this year in emergency flooding callouts and look forward to working with InTouch in the future to improve our knowledge of this important asset”.

Stirling Council, Mark Winter, Asset Officer